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Re: something to contemplate
Make that 1000 years,
From: Spirit One Email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, June 23, 1999 6:00 PM
Subject: something to contemplate
> Here is an idea I am tossing out. Don't reject it immediately. Think
>about how words get misunderstood and how data gets twisted especially
>nearly 2000 years.
>Here's another idea that might clear up some misunderstandings about who
>with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings.
>"WITH" is the key word. It can have two opposite meanings.
>One can say I fought with the British in WWII. That means along side of.
>One can say I fought with my sister. That means against.
>Usually when we say fighting against we are doing it with friends,
>I found a statement last night that said William the Seemly fought WITH
>King William in Scotland. Well, we know they were enemies by then but were
>still relatives so when it has said that he fought WITH William the
>Conqueror at Hastings, it could well mean he was fighting against him his
>Well.....it's worth thinking about at least.
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